Doubt is the opposite of Faith


“Blessed are those who have not seen,but  yet believed”  – John 20:29

                Many have come to my life and challenged my faith, particularly intellectual ones. I heard their inquiries and I understand them. No question about that.

We believers have one thing in common – FAITH. We can never explain it by words nor describe it. It is beyond words. To describe it with mere adjectives are an understatement. I believe to fully understand Faith is to experience and encounter it.

I respect those who are still challenging my beliefs. I don’t find them as ridiculous or wicked. It just that as human by nature, we usually have lots of questions on our mind – that sometimes evidence and even explanation wouldn’t suit our satisfaction.  But of course, at the end of the day, finding the right answer is the most important.

As what others say, don’t give up, until you find the right one.

My explanation of course wouldn’t satisfy or mollify your confusion or doubt. But at least, I write what my heart really wanted to say. I’m not as intelligent as you are, but I have one thing I’ll be proud of beyond forever – My Faith.

God bless everyone 🙂

This is just Mr. C.S. Lewis’ perception. I understand everyone’s side. 🙂




About Amae Guerrero

Amae Guerrero is a journalist by profession and has been blogging since she was 14. Aside from her personal blog, she has other blog called which seeks to touch people through her amazing stories.
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2 Responses to Doubt is the opposite of Faith

  1. Doula Faith says:

    Faith is believing what only God can open your eyes to see. Hebrews 11:1


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